There are several English theatres in Prague but most are unfortunately performed in Czech. Prices for tickets are around 300 CZK. Usually you can get them from the box office or from ticket agencies such a Ticketpro. They have offices all over the city. One of the most popular in Prague is the ‘black light theatre’ (visual trickery created by ‘invisible’ actors dressed in black). It is hybrid of mime, puppetry and drama. Another popular theatre is puppetry and marionette, suitable for both children and adult (Czech performances are some of the best in the world with legendary Spejbl & Hurvinek from Josef Skupa). Famous theatres in Prague are
Laterna Magika, Nardoni trida 4 (multimedia show with dance, opera and music, tickets 690 CZK) or Cinoherni Klub, Ve smeckach 26 www.cinoherniklub.cz (Czech language modern drama, around 200CZK). Other well known theatres in Prague are :
Divadlo Minor, Vodickova 6, New Town - children's theatre offering mix of puppets and panthomime www.minor.cz
Music Theatre Karlin - The music theatre offers comedies with songs, operettas, musicals.
Divadlo na Vinohradech, namesti Miru 7, Vinohrady - Czech language ballet and drama
Divadlo na Zabradli (Theatre on the Balustrade), Aneske nam. 5, Old Town - Czech drama where former Czech president Vaclav Havel honed his skills as playwright a few decades ago. (tickets from 90CZK) www.nazabradli.cz
Divadlo Spejbla a Hurvinka, Dejvicka 38, Prague 6 - Famous puppeteer Josef Skupa created in 1930 characters Spejbl & Hurvinek. Theatre mainly for children. www.spejbl-hurvinek.cz
Divadlo v Celetne, Celetna 17, Old Town - Performances of Czech drama and some foreign plays but only in Czech language (tickets from 30CZK) www.divadlovceletne.cz